Candidacy

Candidacy is a rite which takes place during Roman Catholic seminary formation, by which the Church recognizes the seminarian as worthy of being ordained (hence, they become a "candidate" for ordination to the priesthood). Permanent deacons in the Roman Catholic Church also go through Candidacy or being recognized as worthy of being ordained just before their ordination as permanent deacons.

Other articles related to "candidacy":

Su Ryden - Legislative Career - 2008 Election
... Ryden announced her candidacy for the state legislature in February 2008, after incumbent Rep ... Morgan Carroll announced her candidacy for the state senate amidst a scandal that prompted the withdrawal of the previous candidate, Rep ... Ryden's candidacy was endorsed by the Aurora Sentinel and the Denver Post, and she won with 60 percent of the popular vote ...
Barack Obama Presidential Primary Campaign, 2008 - Announcement of Candidacy
... had formed a presidential exploratory committee, and on February 10 he formally announced his candidacy with these words “ It was here, in Springfield, where ... and common dreams still live, I stand before you today to announce my candidacy for President of the United States ...
Bob Barr Presidential Campaign, 2008 - Early Stages
... Pollster John Zogby commented that a possible Barr candidacy would be potentially upsetting for Republicans, and described his possible supporters as individuals who saw ... the campaign manager after Barr officially announced his candidacy ... that Barr had the support of 7% of the electorate before he had officially declared his candidacy ...
Mark Scheffel - Legislative Career - 2008 Election
... would not run for a second term, Scheffel announced his candidacy for the seat he had briefly sought the seat in 2004 before Wiens declared his candidacy ... Alsup's candidacy was endorsed by the Denver Post, but Scheffel won with 68 percent of the popular vote ...
Christine Lagarde - International Monetary Fund - Appointment
... Her candidacy received the support of the British, Indian, United States, Russian, Chinese and German governments ... On 25 May 2011, Lagarde announced her candidacy to be head of the IMF to succeed Dominique Strauss-Kahn upon his resignation ... His candidacy was supported by the Latin American governments, as well as Spain, Canada and Australia ...